Celebrating Art in L.A., 1945-1980 with Pacific Standard Time (giveaway)

You may remember our post a few weeks ago about Jason Schwartzman’s involvement in Pacific Standard Time.

Courtesy of Pacific Standard Time, we are giving away a $30 Visa gift card (which we encourage you to use at the LACMA Shop!). To enter, tell us what your favorite Pacific Standard Time exhibition is and why by commenting on this post.

Deadline to enter is Friday, 18 November at 11:59 EST.

3 Replies to “Celebrating Art in L.A., 1945-1980 with Pacific Standard Time (giveaway)”

  1. I think my favorite exhibition is “Eames Designs: The Guest-Host Relationship.” On top of the beautiful simplicity of Eames furniture, the guest-host dynamic is an interesting one. I’m intrigued by the idea of furniture designed in anticipation of the guest.

  2. “LA Xicano: Mapping LA” at UCLA’s Fowler Museum is a jaw-dropping exhibit collecting work from Chicano artists in LA. A giant mural at the entrance, depicting a mythical union of native American and Spaniard, sets the stage for an incredibly unique and eclectic show. Go for the mural alone.

  3. unfortunately not in CA, but if I were I’d be at the LACMA exhibit: California Design, 1930-1965: “Living in a Modern Way” — it looks like such a fantastic collection/time capsule!

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